Finally, we have the teaser trailer for Avatar 2!
You may not believe it, but Avatar 2 is occuring, and the first trailer of Avatar 2 is now available! We’ve got the most recent release date, as well as some images from the collection. Additionally, James Cameron’s 3D action film is getting a second instalment.
Films have been planned by the filmmaker. Production halts caused by the epidemic are the only thing standing in his way. However, we’re still unsure whether there’s enough interest in Avatar 2 to warrant a sequel. We’ll have to wait and see.
The concept art and photographs presented seem like we’ll be getting another psychedelic experience, which is good news for fans of Avatar. In addition, story information leaked by a producer indicate that Avatar 2 will explore new facets of the Na’vi universe.
What do we know about Avatar 2? Here’s all you need to know, from the release date to the narrative, plus a sneak peek at some concept art.
This is the first look at the teaser trailer for Avatar 2.
We finally got to see more of the titular water in the Avatar 2 teaser trailer, as Jake soars over it on Toruk. It seems that conflict is imminent between Neytiri (Zoe Saldaa) and the other characters in the film.
The title of the sequel to Avatar
The official title of Avatar 2 has been revealed as “Avatar: The Way of Water” at CinemaCon 2022.
When will Avatar 2 come out? (as well as Avatar 3 through 5)
This time around, Avatar 2 will be released on December 16, 2022, which is a year after the original Dec. 2021 release date. The project was halted in its entirety.
Avatar.com originally said that Dec. 17 was the release date for the film. It was then announced that Avatar’s Christmas release date had been postponed “because to the effect of the pandemic on our timetable” through a tweet from the Avatar Twitter account.
A Facebook post from the film franchise’s official page said that filming on Avatar 2 started on April 22, 2017. Avatar 2 was one of four Avatar films whose release dates were either cancelled or rearranged on that website, which said that the sequel will be released in December 2020.
The following is the complete list of release dates:
- Avatar 2: December 16, 2022
- Avatar 3: December 20, 2024
- Avatar 4: December 18, 2026
- Avatar 5: December 22, 2028
News about the teaser trailer for Avatar 2
The first Avatar 2 teaser trailer was unveiled at CinemaCon 2022, according to Insider’s Jason Guerrasio. Is it going to happen soon? The first teaser for Avatar: The Way of Water will only be shown in cinemas at first. Doctor Strange 2 will be released before this one.
Plan for the sequel to Avatar
Producer of Avatar 2 Jon Landau provided RNZ in Next Zealand a sneak peek at the new film’s plot, saying “About the Sully clan and the efforts they make to maintain their tight-knit unit. Despite the fact that Jake and Neytiri have a family in this film, they are forced to leave and go on an adventure throughout Pandora, which includes much of time spent on or near the ocean.”
ET’s probable sequel names have been verified by James Cameron. In no particular sequence, here are the film titles:
Actors in the sequel to Avatar
The whole Avatar 1 cast will be returning, along with a bevvy of A-list talent. The character of Jake Sully, the soldier who fell in love with a Na’vi called Neytiri, is returning, and Zoe Saldana will also reprise her role.
There’s a new job for Sigourney Weaver, but Giovanni Ribisi, Stephen Lang, and the rest of the cast are all back together.
Kate Winslet will play Ronal, a Na’vi free-diver from the Metkayina, in the new cast. Michelle Yeoh and Jemaine Clement both have human parts, while Vin Diesel has been cast in an unnamed capacity.
- Avatar: The Way of Water (the actual title for Avatar 2)
- Avatar: The Seed Bearer
- Avatar: The Tulkun Rider
- Avatar: The Quest for Eywa
The Avatar 2 picture set.
Set photographs of horses and performers, as well as a charming toddler, were revealed by Avatar 2 producer Jon Landau, all in motion-capture outfits.
The first shots from Avatar 2
Disney, which controls 20th Century Studios, provided Variety with a few concept art pieces for the next film. Following producer Jon Landau’s statement that the Sully family’s underwater adventures are a key emphasis of the film, the photographs below show that they are indeed.